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FFI support for schools in 2011

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  • The Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act of 2004 Required school districts across the nation participating in the School Lunch program to form a committee with designated stakeholders. The committee's ongoing task was to develop a local school wellness policy, addressing physical activity, nutrition education, school based wellness activities, and nutrition guidelines for all foods available during the school day.
  • Emily talks about why we have a school wellness team action plan…
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    • 1. FFI SUPPORT FOR SCHOOLS IN 2011
    • 2. Breakout Overview  School Wellness Team (SWT) History  FFI’s commitment to SWT  FFI Resource Contact Introductions  SWT Action Plan Overview  Planning Time  Q & A
    • 3. • Child Reauthorization Act of 2004 • Iowa Healthy Kids Act, 2009 School Wellness Teams
    • 4. FFI and School Wellness Teams (SWT)  Help improve effectiveness and efficiency of SWT’s  Provide one-on-one assistance  Create a sustainable wellness program  Enhance student’s health and achievement
    • 5. FFI School Wellness Resource Contacts • Anna Wikan • Emily Neal • Heather Pecinovsky • Heidi Skildum • Rachel Wobeter • Stephanie Conant
    • 6. THE VALUE OF GOOD FOOD
    • 7. SCHOOL WELLNESS TEAM ACTION PLAN
    • 8. Steps for Participation 1) Contact your FFI Resource Contact 2) School Wellness Team with diverse representation of stake holders 3) School Youth FFI Team 4) Create School Wellness Team goals with Resource Contact 5) Complete School Wellness Team Action Plan by December 8th
    • 9. Who Should be on a School Wellness Team? ~Students ~Teachers ~School food service providers ~Administration ~School Board members ~Parents ~School nurses ~Local Government Officials ~Community members ~Community health care professionals
    • 10. Program Opportunities  Target goals for F2S participation:  Set a local food procurement goal for the year  Adopt two educational activities that will initiate school wellness related to healthy eating in your school  Target goals for SRTS participation:  Set a target goal of percentage of students walking, biking, or participating in a morning activity  Adopt four in-school activities to increase active living throughout the school day Farm to School Safe Routes to School
    • 11. THE VALUE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
    • 12. FARM TO SCHOOL ACTIVITY PLANNING GUIDE
    • 13. SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL ACTIVITY PLANNING GUIDE
    • 14.  Taking a look at the School Wellness Action Plan  Questions about:  the SWT Action Plan  what to do next  your FFI School Wellness Resource Contact  others? Planning Time Q & A

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